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TennFlyer said...

Here's an idea for a top 5 list - You're king for the day, other than putting the letter letter I in the word team to shut up high school coaches across America, you can move five teams from their current conferences to another. You cannot move the entire SEC west out.

November 20, 2012 at 10:29 a.m.
TennFlyer said...

What's the one word you'd use to describe Dooley's time with UT: Discombobulated

True or false: UT will be better than the 6-6 in 2013. 6-6 would be about right, 4 OOC, Kentucky, and one other

In a paragraph ,what's the lasting image of the last three years of UT football: The complete clusters at the end of the LSU and Music City Bowl games. Not all his fault but it kind of is.

Fill in the blank: UT's next football coach will be _. Al Golden, especially since Miami did not fully disclose all the issues he was walking into. Gruden is not coming and UT-K is not a good enough job to get someone like Strong or Jimbo to pack up and move.

November 19, 2012 at 11:15 a.m.
TennFlyer said...

9 - I'll give you Cream and maybe the Experience but CSN needed the Y, and ZZ Top seemed like they were always the next video on MTV (over-exposed).

November 14, 2012 at 10:51 a.m.
TennFlyer said...

How about the Heatles - LeBron, Wade, and what's his name the good but not great player who always appears with the first two. Bush, Bosch, something like that. The Steelers with Swann, Harris, and Bradshaw were kind of the original triplets back in the day. The Steelers also had a trio on defense Greene, Ham, Lambert and or Blount. Can a team have more than one trio? Finally, better rock trio - Rush or Triumph?

November 14, 2012 at 10:23 a.m.
TennFlyer said...

Reggie Miller Game 1 1995 playoffs versus the Knicks. 8 points in 11 seconds, choke sign to Spike Lee, all in the Garden. That was going "Zonal".

November 13, 2012 at 10:23 a.m.
TennFlyer said...

Your first pick in last Friday's mock draft looked really good Saturday. The great players play big in the biggest games. Johnny Football showed up big time. Next coach of the Vols - Gruden -- no, he'll coach in the NFL for more money and less headaches (no recruiting), Stoops -- why leave Oklahoma, more money? - no, coaching in the SEC? - top of the Big 12 or middle of the SEC where's the improvement, Strong -- Papa John's versus Pilot money. He'll stay put and come out the big winner. The next coach will have to come out of the "fast risers" or the pool of coordinators (other than Sal).

November 12, 2012 at 9:58 a.m.
TennFlyer said...

Petrino at a school I support -- no thanks. But if Kentucky is willing to hire the only coach who has had two final four appearances vacated for the basketball job, what makes you think that they would even think to discuss the moral transgressions surrounding a guy who would add instant excitement to a struggling football program. Petrino rolls into Lexington next season with a new Harley and a big contract. Mrs Petrino files for half.

November 8, 2012 at 10:19 a.m.
TennFlyer said...

Excellent choices on the scary movie Rushmore, Jaws the book was actually scarier than the movie. As far as sports injuries, anytime a horse breaks down in a big race pains me. They know they are hurt and we all know how it ends.

October 31, 2012 at 1:07 p.m.
TennFlyer said...

Congrats on two great years. I'm afraid the USCe / UT game could turn ugly if Bray channels his inner Ryan Leaf and has mental cramping.

October 26, 2012 at 2:11 p.m.
TennFlyer said...

Alabama 35 -- Tennessee 10 Talent is more importatnt, lack of confidence can be overcome. Talent comes from the guy upstairs (not the editor), it is brought out by work ethic and coaching. Bronze dude looks like a evil doer from some B-grade movie.

October 17, 2012 at 10:30 a.m.
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